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Comparative Constitutions Project. 2013 ‘Possession and Bearing of Arms.’ Guatemala's Constitution of 1985 with Amendments through 1993 - English; Title II, Chapter I (Article 38). Austin, TX: Comparative Constitutions Project / CCP. 1 September

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Possession and Bearing of Arms

The right to own [tenencia] weapons for personal use, not prohibited by the law, in the place of inhabitation, is recognized. There will not be an obligation to hand them over, except in cases ordered by a competent judge.

The right to bear arms is recognized, [and is] regulated by the law.

Translation: Comparative Constitutions Project - Right to Bear Arms

ID: Q8505

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